Volunteers Take Part In Downtown Baltimore Cleanup, Remove Trash From 106-Block AreaDozens of volunteers hit the streets of Baltimore Tuesday to deep clean some target spots in the city.
City Leaders Optimistic Baltimore Businesses Will Overcome Challenges Posed By COVID-19 PandemicThe Downtown Partnership released its annual report on the state of downtown Baltimore and there are concerns about the effects of the pandemic, but leaders with the organization are still optimistic.
Downtown Partnership Painting Positivity On Boarded Up StoresThe Partnership is painting messages of positivity on the plywood.
Shelonda Stokes Named Downtown President Of Downtown Partnership of BaltimoreThe Downtown Partnership Board of Directors named Shelonda Stokes as its fourth President and Executive of the Downtown Management Authority.
Coronavirus Resources: Downtown Partnership Teams Up With Harbor Park Garage For Free Meal ServiceDowntown Partnership of Baltimore joins Harbor Park Garage to support Heart of the Park, a program to provide free meals to anyone in need.
Coronavirus Latest: Downtown Partnership Of Baltimore Offering Gift Card Incentive To Help Local Businesses Stay AfloatThe partnership is kicking in $10 for every $20 gift card customers buy, giving them $30 to spend at participating shops and restaurants.
#CurbsideBaltimore Initiative Helping Local Businesses With Gift Card ProgramThe Downtown Partnership is hoping to help local businesses struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic with the new #CurbsideBaltimore program.
Deck The Halls: Washington Monument Lighting Marks Holiday Season In BaltimoreThe stage is set and the lights have been hung.
Mayor Meets With Business Leaders To Find Solution To Baltimore's Squeegee Kid ProblemAs the city works to find a fix, some of the squeegee kids said they don't have a choice, and without the income from squeegeeing, they can't afford to eat.
You Still Have Time To Sample The Best Of Baltimore! Restaurant Week Ends This WeekendThis weekend is your last chance to enjoy Baltimore Restaurant Week in both the city and the county.
Baltimore City's Population Is Dropping, But New Residents Are Flocking DowntownThe U.S. Census Bureau estimates Baltimore's population every year and finalizes it every ten years.
Restaurant Week Begins In Baltimore CityRestaurant Week is underway in Baltimore City.
'Shake Shack' Opening In Downtown BaltimoreIt began in New York in the form of a hot dog cart, now it’s a brand known around the world and will soon open in Baltimore.
Local Businesses Excited For The Start Of The Ravens 2014 SeasonThe city is greeting football's return with open arms, hoping for a playoff season and an economic boost downtown.
Economy Starting To Improve In Downtown BaltimoreMore jobs and new residents. Has the economy finally picked up for downtown Baltimore? A new report released this week shows small signs of improvement.